The Science on the Street project enables adolescents to understand phenomena based on scientific knowledge and to become media publishers of science on social networks, in schools and in the peripheral areas in which they live.
number Diversity in the sciences, Ricardo Alexino Ferreira interviewed Marilos de Souza Mora, creator and coordinator of the Ciencia na Rua Science Dissemination Project, which targets youth in the suburbs. The project equips teens to interpret and disseminate science.
Marilos Mora is a retired Professor Emeritus at the Federal University of Bahia and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Unicamp Laboratory for Advanced Studies in Journalism. She was also a creator FAPESP Research Journal, which he administered between 1999 and 2014. He was also president of the Brazilian Society of Scientific Press.
She is the author of the books: Pleased to know: FAPESP Research Interviews; Scientific journalism: activism and innovation in Brazilian research; Scientific journalism: from the laboratory to the community; stupid revolution Among other things.
number Diversity in the sciencesMariluce talks about scientific knowledge aimed at young people and adolescents, and the role of scientific publishing in contemporary times.
Diversity in the sciences
NS Diversity in the sciences It is a scientific outreach program focused on the sciences of diversity and human rights, broadcast every Monday at 1 pm, and repeated every Tuesday at 2 am, and Saturday at 2 pm, with guidance and presentation by the journalist and professor at the Egyptian Chefs Association – South Ocean University Pacific University of the South Pacific Committee on Human Rights, Ricardo Alexino Ferreira, and audio process by Joao Carlos Miguel.
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